From the runway to your living room: How you can translate fashion’s biggest trends into stylish interiors

Autumn is here and it’s time to pack away the shorts and invest in some autumnal outfits, and (yey!) snuggle down in knitwear again. 

The Fash Pack showed us what to wear way back in February when the A/W'17 collections hit the catwalk, but why restrict the latest styles to just your wardrobe when they could bring your home to life, too?

We’ve checked out how social media’s biggest influencers are incorporating the hottest trends into their ensembles – and how you can easily create your very own fashion house with the help of B&Q’s Autumn home décor ranges.

Vogue! The Fash Pack showed us what to wear way back in February when the A/W'17 collections hit the catwalk, but why restrict the latest styles to just your wardrobe when they could bring your home to life, too? 

Vogue! The Fash Pack showed us what to wear way back in February when the A/W'17 collections hit the catwalk, but why restrict the latest styles to just your wardrobe when they could bring your home to life, too? 

Botanical

If you like to walk on the wild side of fashion then this season is your chance to go all out. Botanicals (think all things plants and gardens) and florals are set to carry some warm colours and zest over into winter time.

Mulberry wowed the crowd with its new flower power collection, with feminine patterns combined with tailored rugs, shawls and capes for a new take on the country set style.

Earthy ochres, greens and dark blues give a natural vibe to this season’s key colours thanks to the masterpieces walking down the runway at Valentino and Erdem.

Blooming lovely! If you like to walk on the wild side of fashion then this season is your chance to go all out. Follow the example of the  A/W ¿17 catwalk (above) and introduce botanical and floral prints which will carry some colour and zest over into winter time.

Blooming lovely! If you like to walk on the wild side of fashion then this season is your chance to go all out. Follow the example of the A/W ’17 catwalk (above) and introduce botanical and floral prints which will carry some colour and zest over into winter time.

YouTube queen! One social media influencer who has seen her style bloom is queen of the vloggers Tanya Burr and she¿s certainly on board with florals, rocking demure tea dresses with bold patterns and prints at several recent events
YouTube queen! One social media influencer who has seen her style bloom is queen of the vloggers Tanya Burr and she¿s certainly on board with florals, rocking demure tea dresses with bold patterns and prints at several recent events

YouTube queen! One social media influencer who has seen her style bloom is queen of the vloggers Tanya Burr and she’s certainly on board with florals, rocking demure tea dresses with bold patterns and prints at several recent events

One social media influencer who has seen her style bloom is queen of the vloggers Tanya Burr. The Instagram sensation has gone from talking make-up tips on YouTube to being on the FROW at the biggest shows.

And she’s certainly on board with florals, rocking demure tea dresses with bold patterns and prints at several recent events.

Translate the trend

Colour and contrasting materials are key to nailing this look at home. From succulent pot plants in burnished brass to eye-catching plant prints on your walls and cushions, it’s easy to bring the outdoors inside as the days get shorter.

Follow the example of the A/W '17 catwalk and introduce a botanical burst of colour with several floral cushions (Floral & Foliage Navy Cushion, £11, B&Q) or go all out and paper the walls with a tropical theme to refresh any room (Superfresco Easy Daintree Green & Silver Palm Leaf paper, £15 a roll, B&Q). 

Al fresco memories: Colour and contrasting materials is key to nailing this look at home - and you can go as bold as you like with a statement wall or just add small details (pictured: Superfresco Easy Daintree Green & Silver Palm Leaf paper, £15 a roll, B&Q )

Al fresco memories: Colour and contrasting materials is key to nailing this look at home - and you can go as bold as you like with a statement wall or just add small details (pictured: Superfresco Easy Daintree Green & Silver Palm Leaf paper, £15 a roll, B&Q )

Introduce a botanical burst of colour with a plant print cushion or liven up the room with a pot plant in burnished brass
Introduce a botanical burst of colour with a plant print cushion or liven up the room with a pot plant in burnished brass

Botonicals and brass: Introduce a burst of botanical colour with a pile of plant print cushions like the Floral & Foliage Navy Cushion, £11, or liven up the room with this Green Gold Effect Double Tone Aluminium Votive, £4, (both B&Q) to emulate the catwalk's hottest new colours

WATCH: Three ideas for having fun with wallpaper

A great way to bring any trend into your home in a quick and easy way is through patterned wallpaper. From statement walls and alcoves and even shapes, to totally transforming a space, you will be amazed at the difference wallpaper can make to your home.

Forest Friends 

Autumn wouldn’t be the same without texture, textiles and some good ol' tartan - and 2017 is no different.

Coach’s creative director Stuart Vevers rocked a folksy vibe at his catwalk show, incorporating shearling coats embroidered with galloping horses, while Mugler did a new take on tartan patterns.

Autumn awesomeness: Coach¿s creative director Stuart Vevers rocked a folksy vibe at his catwalk show, incorporating shearling and fur coats embroidered blazoned with horses (left) while Prada did a new take on tartan patterns (right)
Autumn awesomeness: Coach¿s creative director Stuart Vevers rocked a folksy vibe at his catwalk show, incorporating shearling and fur coats embroidered blazoned with horses (left) while Prada did a new take on tartan patterns (right)

Autumn awesomeness: Coach’s creative director Stuart Vevers rocked a folksy vibe at his catwalk show, incorporating shearling and fur coats embroidered blazoned with horses (left) while Prada did a new take on tartan patterns (right)

Bright young thing: If you want to see how to incorporate these trends into your ensemble, check out style blogger Megan Gilbride, who is is giving her thousands of followers a bold new frontier in fashion and how to modernise classic autumnal shades

Bright young thing: If you want to see how to incorporate these trends into your ensemble, check out style blogger Megan Gilbride, who is is giving her thousands of followers a bold new frontier in fashion and how to modernise classic autumnal shades

Prada rocked robust rusts, out-there oranges and deep reds in its new collection to breath new life into autumnal shades.

And you want to see how to incorporate these trends into your ensemble, check out style blogger Megan Gilbride. With her red hair, refusal to play it safe and a penchant for some serious colour, Megan is giving her thousands of followers a bold new frontier in fashion and how to modernise classic autumnal shades.

Translate the trend:

The nights are drawing in and it’s time for your home to become a cosy haven once again. Look to the runway for inspiration on how to create a rich, luxe look with colour and textures.

Add oversized checks and chunky knits for a heritage feel while introducing a blast of colour in your curtains and cushions (try the stunning Tartan Blue & Red Cushion, £13, B&Q to really nail the catwalk look) .

Or, liven up the place with a host of quirky animal ornaments to indulge in the playful character trend seen on the runway earlier this year (add a number of Bronze Effect Rabbit Tea Holders, £4, B&Q).

And relax! The nights are drawing in and it¿s time for your home to become a cosy haven once again. Look to the runway for inspiration of how to create a rich, luxe look with colour and textures like these bright reds, similar to those seen on the A/W'17 runways

And relax! The nights are drawing in and it’s time for your home to become a cosy haven once again. Look to the runway for inspiration of how to create a rich, luxe look with colour and textures like these bright reds, similar to those seen on the A/W'17 runways

Heritage: Add oversized checks and chunky knits for a heritage feel while introducing a blast of colour in your curtains and cushions (Tartan Blue & Red Cushion, £13, B&Q) - or liven up the place with quirky animal ornaments to indulge in the playful character trend (Bronze Effect Rabbit Tea Holders, £4, B&Q)

Minimising

If there’s one thing we learned from the world’s biggest designers this year it’s that glamour has never been so simple.

Who needs feathers when you can take your look back to its understated best. From Chanel’s metallic gowns to a hint of silver sparkle from Saint Laurent, evening wear has never looked so elegant.

Who needs feathers and fur when you can take your look back to its understated best. From Chanel¿s metallic gowns to a hint of silver sparkle from Saint Laurent, evening wear has never looked so elegant
Who needs feathers and fur when you can take your look back to its understated best. From Chanel¿s metallic gowns to a hint of silver sparkle from Saint Laurent, evening wear has never looked so elegant

A new generation of glamour: Who needs feathers and fur when you can take your look back to its understated best. From Valentino’s metallic gowns (left) to a hint of silver sparkle from Saint Laurent (right), evening wear has never looked so elegant

One man who knows how to rock a modern and minimal look is the ever dapper Darren Kennedy - one of the most connected men in fashion who has nailed the new minimal look

One man who knows how to rock a modern and minimal look is the ever dapper Darren Kennedy - one of the most connected men in fashion who has nailed the new minimal look

One man who knows how to rock a modern and minimal look is the always dapper Darren Kennedy. Stylist, social media supremo and one of the best connected men in fashion, the Dubliner has fun with trends and keeps his massive following bang up to date with all the latest looks.

And he has absolutely nailed the new take on minimalism – regularly including sleek silvers to his outfits for a classic twist on the new trend.

Translate the trend:

Silvers and sheen have been huge on the runway and can easily be introduced to your home.

Whether you choose a lush throw (Taupe Faux Fur, £45, B&Q), channel A/W'17's high-shine vibe with a metallic edged wallpaper (Easy Rose Gold Trees Glitter Effect, £18 a roll, B&Q) or try a geometric twist (Colours mosaic copper and pewter geometric metallic wallpaper - £16 per roll at B&Q), this look is perfect for people who want a sleek and chic pad without too much fuss.

Wallpaper with a geometric twist (Colours mosaic copper, navy and pewter geometric metallic wallpaper - £16 per roll at B&Q) helps create this look in your home- perfect for people who want a sleek and chic pad without too much fuss

Wallpaper with a geometric twist (Colours mosaic copper, navy and pewter geometric metallic wallpaper - £16 per roll at B&Q) helps create this look in your home- perfect for people who want a sleek and chic pad without too much fuss

Use modern, statement pieces around your home to accessorize this look  - like this Jonas Wire Copper Pendant ceiling light, £47 from B&Q

Use modern, statement pieces around your home to accessorize this look  - like this Jonas Wire Copper Pendant ceiling light, £47 from B&Q

Just like on the catwalk, accessories can make the look, so team plain painted walls or cool wallpaper with minimalist and ultra-chic statement pieces, like the Jonas Wire Copper Pendant ceiling light, £47 from B&Q, to enhance the overall effect.

This style also ties in perfectly with Christmas which is just around the corner, meaning you can add some festive sparkle while also nailing the trend.

50 Shades: Whether it¿s a lush throw or wallpaper with a metallic edge, the Minimal look is perfect for people who want a sleek and chic pad without too much fuss

50 Shades: Whether it’s a lush throw or wallpaper with a metallic edge, the Minimal look is perfect for people who want a sleek and chic pad without too much fuss

Sparkle: This look also ties in perfectly with Christmas which is just around the corner, meaning you can add some festive sparkle while also nailing the trend. Try the Embroidered Glitter Stag Cushion, £13, or the Geometric Foil Cushion, £13, both B&Q.

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